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The power-efficient wireless technology of London-based Radiometrix is helping British academia to promote greener transportation. The company's TX3B-869.85-64 and RX3A-869-10 radio modules are being used by the Engineering Department of Durham University to monitor the performance of their solar-powered racer.
London-based wireless solutions specialist Radiometrix will once again participate in the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics exhibition, to be held at Five in Farnborough next month. Radiometrix has supported this event for several years, showcasing a broad portfolio of radio communication products.
The new FPX3-869-20 transceiver is the first in a family of powerful, high data rate transceivers from Radiometrix. This versatile radio module makes use of the pan-European high power 869.4-869.65MHz allocation to offer half-watt RF power output in a small (67 x 30 x 12mm) footprint. Combined with its sensitive (-115dBm) high specification (80dB blocking) receiver circuits this adds up to an adaptable data link device capable of achieving a range of over 3km.
The GTC01 GSM/GPRS platform, is the latest addition to the range of market leading wireless products from London-based, Radiometrix. The GTC01 is a complete, self-contained GSM/GPRS platform designed to support the Cinterion M2M Evolution range of GSM modems. Available in an easy to use plug-in module form factor, it offers developers a highly versatile hardware interfacing development tool, to create their own customised GSM/GPRS based device.
Radiometrix has announced the release of the KDEC code-hopping receiver. Offered with a basic antenna included, it provides the user with a complete ready to use receiver interface, enabling quick and easy deployment of a secure RF remote control system.
Radiometrix has just introduced the CTA88 remote control chip application board offering. These boards provide simple 8-channel digital input/output implementations of remote control functions, using either the company's multichannel LMT/LMR (UHF and VHF band) or single frequency BiM (FM band) series of wireless radio modules (which are ordered separately).
Power efficient radio solutions developer Radiometrix has introduced a new UHF narrowband transceiver specifically suited to power-constrained applications where existing single frequency wideband UHF modules cannot deliver the range required. Supporting data rates of up to 10 kbps, the NTR2 module provides a low power, highly reliable wireless data link, even in the most uncompromising of industrial settings. With an RF power output of 10 dBm and a receiver sensitivity of -118 dBm, its usable range can extend beyond 500 m.
London-based wireless solutions manufacturer Radiometrix will be taking part in this year's Low Power Radio Association (LPRA) Radio Solutions event. Consisting of a series of high level workshops and presentations, as well as a focussed exhibition, this will be held at Robinson College, Cambridge, between the 2nd and 4th of June.
Radiometrix will again exhibit at National Electronics Week, showing its continued support of the British electronics design community. Visitors to this year's event, held between the 18th and 19th May in Hall 1 of Birmingham's NEC, will have the opportunity to learn more about the Radiometrix portfolio of wideband and narrowband low power radio modules.
Wireless solutions developer Radiometrix has announced the introduction of the CXT / CXR module family. This transmitter/receiver pair provides a complete remote control switch function in a module format, delivering reliable, long range operation in situations where existing wide band solutions cannot offer adequate range, or where band congestion requires multiple channel operation.
The TXL2 transmitter and RXL2 receiver modules, from London-based wireless solutions developer Radiometrix, are half duplex multi-channel OEM radio modems offered in the company's popular SIL standard footprint. Operating in the European license-free 433 MHz ISM (Industrial Scientific and Medical) frequency band, with a choice of 5 user programmed channels, these products can be employed to form transparent one-way radio data links supporting data rates of 9600 bps over a line-of-sight range of 500 m (typical).
Low power radio specialist Radiometrix will exhibit at National Electronics Week on 16th-18th June 2009. The show will take place at London's Earls Court 2. Located at stand J11, Radiometrix will be showcasing their extensive range of wideband and narrowband low power radio modules and latest products including FCC Part 90 compliant radio modules. Opening times for this year's event are 10am-5pm on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th and 10am-4pm for Thursday 18th June.
The TX3H-869.5-15 from Radiometrix, is an FM transmitter module achieving a power output of 450mW at 869.5MHz. It is fully pin-compatible with the company?s established range of SIL TX modules and is a drop-in UHF replacement for the TX1H VHF product, having near identical dimensions of only 45x17x6mm.
Radiometrix will be exhibiting at this year's Hannover Messe, which runs for the whole of the week starting on the 20th April at the Hannover exhibition grounds. The show, which has been running for a total of sixty two years, is regarded not only Europe's but the world's largest industrial exhibition, with in the region of 5000 companies exhibiting and 180-200,000 visitors passing through its doors annually.
The Radiometrix RX3G is a PLL based miniature PCB mounted UHF radio data receiver. When used in conjunction with the manufacturer's matching TX3B-869-64 transmitter, it can facilitate the simple implementation of wireless infrastructure that is capable of supporting speeds of 64kbits/s and transmission ranges up to 75m in-building or 300m over open ground.
Radio module manufacturer Radiometrix is to participate at this year's Southern Manufacturing & Electronics exhibition held at Five, Farnborough. Covering automation/robotics, design/prototyping, test/measurement and electronic components, it is the largest regional show of its kind in the UK, with over 400 suppliers exhibiting.
The TR3M has been developed by the team of wireless communications experts at Radiometrix. It is high-end multi-channel narrowband transceiver that operates in the European 868MHz band (though custom variants for any 3MHz frequency block from 860-870MHz are available on request). It supports data rates of up to 5kbits/s, and has a usable range of over 500m. Employing a 1200baud dumb modem it allows transmission across 80 different channels.
London based wireless module manufacturer Radiometrix will be participating at electronica. Myk Dormer, one of the company´s senior RF design engineers, will be speaking at the show's Wireless Congress on the 13th November 2008.
Wireless communication specialist Radiometrix has supplied two custom radio transceivers to Idaho State University for its Research Involving Student Engineers (RISE) program. The London-based company supplied the pair of customised UHX1 multi-channel radio transceivers tuned to a special VHF frequency (147MHz) with US distributor, Lemos International.
The RX2G from Radiometrix is a miniature PCB mounted UHF radio data receiver module which is offered in 433.92MHz (UK band) and 434.42MHz (European band) models. It is an updated version of the company's popular RX2A receiver, and incorporates a received signal strength indicator (RSSI). With the matching transmitter (or transmitters), this receiver allows the simple implementation of data links (in either one-to-one and multi-node topologies) at speeds of up to 64kbits/s and has a usable range of 300m over open ground. It complies fully with the EN 300 220-3 radio standard and the EN 301 489-3 EMC standard (thanks to its internal filtering mechanism, which minimises spurious radiation and susceptibility).
The TX2S, from London-based wireless module manufacturer Radiometrix, is a miniature PCB mounting UHF radio transmitter for the 433.92MHz (UK) or 434.42MHz (European) radio bands. Contained within a compact package, measuring just 20x10x2 mm, it allows design engineers to create a simple data link (either with a node-to-node, or multi-node architecture) which is capable of supporting rates of up to 40kbits/s at distances of as much as 75m in-building and 300m across open ground.
The TDi2 from Radiometrix is a RS232 interface board which combines a TDL2A 433-9 OEM multi-channel wireless modem module (operating at a half-duplex serial data rate of 9600bits/s ), an RS232 driver, a 9 way DB9F connector, helical SMA aerial and power connectors, and a local 5V voltage regulator.
London-based wireless specialist Radiometrix has introduced the KRX416, a single-chip solution for the decrypting and decoding the company's 32-bit encrypted code-hopping transmitters.
Radiometrix has announced the availability of the BHX2 multi-channel 25kHz narrowband transceiver solution with a 500mW (+27dBm) RF output, boasting a range of up to 5km. Standard operating frequency is the 458.5-459.1MHz UK band. Applications include industrial & commercial telemetry/ telecommand systems, high-end security systems
The Radiometrix UHX1 is a 12.5kHz / 25kHz Narrow Band FM multi-channel VHF transceiver unit ideal for use in the new 169.4-169.475MHz European band. Squeezed into a compact, low profile package (67x30x12mm), it can provide a reliable data link capable of supporting rates of up to 5kbit/s or 1200 baud modem link over a range of more than 1km.
Incorporating automatic noise squelch and a 1200 baud modem, the TR1M 128-channel 12.5kHz / 25kHz Narrow Band FM transceiver module is the latest release from Radiometrix.
Radiometrix has introduced a new addition to its widely applicable, low cost LMT2/LMR2 transmitter/receiver series. Making use of the 458.525-459.1MHz UK frequency band (instead of the 433.875-434.650MHz EU band utilised in the previous versions), these higher power radio modules manage to increase the distance over which they can communicate to as much as 1km. This allows engineers to enhance systems that previously had insufficient range (or insufficient link margin).
Aimed at applications where RF engineers need to consider the interference effects of nearby vibrating machinery, Radiometrix has developed the HVR2 receiver. The HVR2 radio receiver module (a high vibration resistant version of the Radiometrix RLC2) utilises the company's proprietary hybrid Direct Digital Synthesizer (DDS) local oscillator design to make it almost totally immune to mechanical vibrations at frequencies below 500Hz. When used in conjunction with the matching TLC2H-433-5 transmitter module it can provide users with a reliable 5kbit/s wireless data link suitable for even the most troublesome of industrial environments.
There are certain user applications where very simple 'on/off' control functions are all that are needed. Common examples, such as long-range lighting controls, alarm sounders, or machine shutdown safety systems, will normally require a microprocessor or dedicated remote control IC in addition to the radio module itself. Having to include such chips will incur extra cost, expand the system size, and increase the software overhead. This is clearly something of an irritation for engineers looking at what appear to be rather basic wireless designs, and which really shouldn't need too much effort to implement.
The Radiometrix NRX1 is a VHF equivalent of the company's track-proven UHF NRX2 radio data receiver, but allows engineers to gain extra reach with their system designs. Its usable range exceeds the 10km mark, when a matching transmitter is employed. The modules come in standard frequencies of 151.3000, 169.4125, 173.2250 and 173.2500MHz, though other custom frequencies ranging from 120 to 180MHz are available to order. They can be used for licence exempt operation in the UK (set at 173MHz) and Europe (at 169MHz). They can also be offered in versions that cover the Australian/New Zealand licence free frequency of 151.300MHz.
Radiometrix Ltd has launched a new range of narrow band multi-channel products ( LMT2 and LMR2) which offer OEMs a multi-channel, power-conservative, reliable data link. This transmitter and receiver pair are highly-suited to low-power applications where existing wideband modules lack the necessary range, or where low-cost multi-channel operation is required without causing any compromise to the system's RF functionality.